Watch Polaris Go ‘Mission Impossible’ For New “Landmines” Music Video

With just one week to go until they unleash their highly anticipated album The Death Of Me, metalcore newcomers Polaris have just dropped an intense new music video for their hard-hitting track “Landmine.”

Detailing the new video which looks like it’s straight out of an action movie, drummer Daniel Furnari says, "This music video was conceived by our good friend Chris Elder who has worked on a couple of our videos in different roles. This time though, as well as having him film, direct and produce, we really gave him the reigns creatively to [create] a story unlike anything we’ve done in a video before. ‘Landmine’ is a destructive, violent, high-adrenaline track, and Elder’s concept really brought that to life with some good old fashioned action-blockbuster violence. It was ambitious, to say the least!” 

Furnari added, “This video shoot included an abandoned abattoir, which was kind of terrifying; an island location used in Mission Impossible II; and a qualified firearms supervisor. Yep, those are real blanks being fired. Honestly, I’m still baffled at some of the stuff we were able to capture on camera for this video!“

To check out the heart-racing new clip, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order The Death Of Me here.